Dry Sumac + Dry Za'atar & Sumac Blend (2-Pack)
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Pucker up, spices.
The Dry Sumac, a slightly lemony blend, is delicious in marinades and dressings—or even as a tea—and the Dry Za’atar and Sumac Blend combines the tart sumac with thyme-forward za’atar. Mix them into savory yogurt, use it to infuse olive oils, or dry-rub it over chicken for an instantly Mediterranean feast.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
New York, New York
Dry Sumac: sumac; Dry Za'atar and Sumac Blend: wild thyme, sesame seeds, salt, and sumac. All spices are certified kosher.
Contains two 8-ounce Mason jars, one of each spice.
Care & Notes -
Doesn't expire, but best used within a year. Store in your pantry. No refrigeration needed.
Meet the Maker
New York, NY
Sohha spices, which began as Sohha Yogurt in Manhattan, operates under the belief that their food should be wholesome and made from the highest quality ingredients, with no added sugar, preservatives, or gelatins. Their recipes come from the founder's Lebanese mother.View Full Profile
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